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2014 Legislative Session Review Thursday, August 7, 2014. Networking: 11:30 Program Starts at Noon at The Four Columns.

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The HCIA has been meeting with consultants from University of New Orleans and Digital Engineering regarding a study that is being funded through Jefferson Parish.

 The Harvey Canal Industrial Corridor Plan, encompassing the Lower Peters Road/Harvey Canal Industrial District and related areas within the Harvey Canal and Intracoastal Waterway Corridor between 4th Street and the Plaquemines Parish line, will entail the integration of land use and transportation planning, engineering, landscape architecture, urban design, and economic development. The project will consist of public outreach, urban planning, landscape and urban design, engineering, and economic development services to develop a plan for the corridor that has the support of the public and stakeholders and agencies with interests in the corridor. Data collected during the study will include, but not be limited to, land use, zoning, public infrastructure including floodwalls and floodgates, utilities, canal and roadway traffic counts, parking, traffic signal and signage information, and cultural resources.

HCIA will be calling on its member companies to help complete this study.  If you have any questions, please contact Peggy Bourgeois at HCIA at (504) 367-1721


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2014 Legislative Session Review
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Networking: 11:30
Program Starts at Noon
The Four Columns
3711 Westbank Expressway, Harvey
$25 @ Door / $150 - tables of 6
To ensure adequate seating, reservations are requested.
Contact Peggy @ (504) 367-1721 or email: hcia@bellsouth.net



Harvey Canal Corridor Study

The University of New Orleans and Digital Engineering, Inc. have been contracted by Jefferson Parish to conduct a study of the Harvey Canal Industrial Corridor along Destrehan Ave. and Peters Rd.  As part of this study the consultants are seeking input from businesses along the canal as well those with an interest in the canal.  A link to the survey is included below.  The information from the survey will be used to inform the future planning and infrastructure improvement recommendations made for the Harvey Canal.  If you have any questions please feel free to contact Wendel Dufour at 504-280-5475 or email: wdufour@uno.edu  or Ross Liner at (504) 468-6129   or email  rliner@deii.net




On behalf of the Members of the Harvey Canal Industrial Association, we present to you the 2014 Annual Report.

HCIA is much more than just a social organization; it represented and fought hard for its members on projects such as flood protection and the newly completed West Closure Complex and the extension to Peters Road to Plaquemines Parish. >> Full Report



HCIA Scholarships

The Jean Schliem Scholarship Program The Harvey Canal Industrial Association is dedicated to improving the quality of education of our youth by providing scholarships to qualified high school seniors.  The HCIA will offer two scholarships worth $1,000 each. read more